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Old 11-07-2012, 01:40 PM
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I really like this guys game. He seems to have almost bounced back from a knee injury last season. He looked pretty good against Notre Dame last week rushing for 170 yards. He has a great vision and great wiggle. I think he could be our next change of pace or third down back.
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I really like this guys game. He seems to have almost bounced back from a knee injury last season. He looked pretty good against Notre Dame last week rushing for 170 yards. He has a great vision and great wiggle. I think he could be our next change of pace or third down back.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfHd112U2nY
I'd take him and his brother
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Who is his brother?
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I really like this guys game. He seems to have almost bounced back from a knee injury last season. He looked pretty good against Notre Dame last week rushing for 170 yards. He has a great vision and great wiggle. I think he could be our next change of pace or third down back.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfHd112U2nY
Except for the whole assault thing he would be a good prospect.

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He'd be a good chance of pace back like Chris Rainey, but never anything more in my opinion. With that being said, he has big play potential every time he touches the ball. Dude can stop on a dime. Check his game last season vs South Florida.

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He'd be a good chance of pace back like Chris Rainey, but never anything more in my opinion. With that being said, he has big play potential every time he touches the ball. Dude can stop on a dime. Check his game last season vs South Florida.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahItB_hjZj8
Difference is Graham has the vision and shows the grit to run between the Tackles.
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Normally, I would state that he's had his best results against poor competition, but he had his best game of the year against one of the top defenses in the nation (ND). Looks like another solid RB prospect in an already deep pool in this upcoming draft.
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Normally, I would state that he's had his best results against poor competition, but he had his best game of the year against one of the top defenses in the nation (ND). Looks like another solid RB prospect in an already deep pool in this upcoming draft.
I really thought he was great against ND as well very solid in the later rounds.4-5 range
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